The everyday of our family farm
Where I suspect you will be more than welcome.
Yes, very welcome. With only a 4% water allocation at the moment, and therefore limited irrigation available, dairy farms are securing their feed supplies early for the coming hot, dry summer months.
That irrigator looks a long one.Nice shot.
Looks like a fine area.
That hay looks really good! We bought round bales that were not that great this year.
It is very green, yes. It is actually lucerne (alfalfa) silage not hay. Silage is baled at higher moisture and still green. From here it goes straight to the dairy farm where they stack all the bales in a bunker and cover with plastic to keep it airtight.
I've seen lots of hay baled around here on my walks - both the round and the square.Nice photo.
Nice hay. Hug B
I bet that is a heavy load! I read a comment above...I never dreamed about having to have feed for hot, dry summer months.
Nice fresh hay :-)